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Dance Dance Revolution III
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Developer(s) Konami
Series Dance Dance Revolution
Platform(s) Wii
Release date(s)
  • NA November 11, 2012
  • EU December 24, 2012
Genre Music, Exercise
Mode(s) Single player, Multiplayer
Rating(s)
  • ESRB: E10+ </li></li>
  • PEGI: 16 </li></li>
  • Media DVD (1)

    Dance Dance Revolution III (Known in Europe as Pump It Up 2013 Fiesta 2) is a music video game in the Dance Dance Revolution series by Konami. It was released on November, 11 2012[1] for the Nintendo Wii in North America and on December 24, 2012 for Europe. Dance Dance Revolution III is the direct sequel to DDR II for the Wii. This game shares songs with the arcade version of Dance Dance Revolution X4 vs 3rdMix. It features characters from the arcade versions of Dance Dance Revolution.

    Gameplay

    File:Preview of the Doubles Mode Gameplay Screen of Dance Dance Revolution 3.jpg

    Double Mode

    Double Mode, which was unavailable in previous Wii games, is now available. While playing in Double Mode, the player can only play the full version of licenses and shortened versions for Konami Original. There is no way to play shortened licenses or the full version of Konami Original.

    Challenge Difficulty

    In addition to the four main difficulties, the game now includes Challenge difficulty, similar to the arcade versions. However, because the special shock arrow (which takes the Challenge difficulty space) are not featured in this game, Challenge charts that originally feature shock arrows in the arcade version are excluded (e.g. smooooch・∀・).

    Difficulty Scale Changes

    Instead of the traditional ten-foot scale used by previous Wii games, the game now uses the 20-foot difficulty scale first introduced in DDR X. The highest ranked difficulty is the Challenge charts of Valkyrie dimension (in both Single and Double) and the Double-Challenge of POSSESSION, both of which are rated 19 and first introduced in the arcade version of DDR X2.

    Full Songs

    For the first time in the series since Dance Dance Revolution 5th Mix, players of Dance Dance Revolution II will be able to play long versions of songs.[1]. Full versions are only available for licenses and some Konami Original.

    Multiplayer

    Standard two-player multiplayer will return with the use of dance pads, and the game will support up to four players.[1]

    Interface and graphics

    The song list still kept the same Cover Flow interface first introduced in DDR Hottest Party 4 which features the usual Groove Radar and multi-layered difficulty table. The interface dominantly features light blue color scheme with slant patterns and circles. Parts of the interface were reused in the arcade version of DDR X4 vs 3rdMix.

    Characters

    Most of the characters are taken from the arcade version of DDR instead of the usual cast from the previous Wii games. The models used unlockable 6 new characters.

    Default

    • Emi
    • Disco
    • Yuni
    • Rage
    • Ruby
    • Naoki
    • Jun
    • U1
    • Mii
    • Rena

    Unlockable

    • Bonnie
    • Zero
    • Alice
    • Baby-Lon
    • Gus
    • Jenny

    Music

    There are 40 songs in this game.

    • Songs in bold indicate it need to be unlocked. Songs with clapperboard indicates it have a dedicated music/background videos (displayed in a small screen instead of full screen).
    Song Artist Other Information
    Licensed Music (9 total)
    "Sik Asik" Ayu Ting Ting New Licensed Songs
    "One, Two, Three, Go!" Belanova New Licensed Songs
    "Dum" Ben Chakatit New Licensed Songs
    "Lovumba" Daddy Yankee New Licensed Songs
    "Danza Kuduro" Don Omar feat. Lucenzo New Licensed Songs
    "Los Malaventurados No Lloran" PXNDX New Licensed Songs
    "Online" Saykoji New Licensed Songs
    "Rabiosa" Shakira feat. Pitbull New Licensed Songs
    "Sugar Eyes" (no author) New Licensed Songs
    Konami Original Music (9 total)
    "Rippin' It Up" Future Funk Squad New Konami Original
    "Tribe Attacker" Hi-G New Konami Original
    "Virtual Emotion" Inspector K New Konami Original
    "Re:Rave" Kuri-Zill New Konami Original
    "Rainspark" Sanxion7 New Konami Original
    "Utopia" Smiley New Konami Original
    "Be Alive" Stian-K New Konami Original
    "VVV" ZiGZaG New Konami Original
    "Star Command" Zircon New Konami Original
    BEMANI Crossovers (8 total)
    "Love is a Danger Zone (Cranky Mix)" BanYa Remixed By Cranky from Dance Dance Revolution III
    "Ignis Fatuus" BanYa Remixed By DM Ashura from Dance Dance Revolution III
    "Hypnosis (Synthwulf Mix)" BanYa Remixed By Synthwulf from Dance Dance Revolution III
    "Elise" DM Ashura from Dance Dance Revolution III
    "Cosmic Hurricane" TAG From Dance Dance Revolution X3 vs 2ndMix
    "snow prism" Qrispy Joybox From REFLEC BEAT colette
    "紅焔"
    (Kōen)
    PON From pop'n music Sunny Park
    "恋閃繚乱"
    (Rensen Ryōran)
    2B-Waves From Guitar Freaks XG3/Drum Mania XG3
    Nonstop Megamix (4 total)
    DanceDanceRevolution Mplayer Nonstop Megamix of DanceDanceRevolution
    HOTTEST PARTY Mplayer Nonstop Megamix of DDR Hottest Party
    HOTTEST PARTY 2 Mplayer Nonstop Megamix of DDR Hottest Party 2
    HOTTEST PARTY 3 Mplayer Nonstop Megamix of DDR Hottest Party 3
    Challenge Songs stages(9 total)
    "Amalgamation" Mystic Moon New Konami Original
    "UNBELIEVABLE (Sparky remix)" jun feat. Sarah-Jane New Konami Original
    from Dance Dance Revolution II
    "NEPHILIM DELTA" L.E.D.-G New Konami Original
    "SILVER☆DREAM" jun New Konami Original
    from Dance Dance Revolution Hottest Party 2
    "tokyoEVOLVED" NAOKI underground song is split into three versionsNew Konami Original
    from Dance Dance Revolution Hottest Party
    "osaka EVOLVED -毎度、おおきに!-"
    (osaka EVOLVED -Maido, Ōkini!-)
    NAOKI underground song is split into three versionsNew Konami Original
    from Dance Dance Revolution Hottest Party 2
    "New York EVOLVED" NC underground song is split into three versionsNew Konami Originalfrom the Dance Dance Revolution 2010 series
    "London EVOLVED" TAG underground song is split into three versionsNew Konami Original
    from Dance Dance Revolution II
    "Tohoku EVOLVED" 2.1MB underground New Konami Original

    (*) Due to memory limitations, music/background videos are now only displayed in a small screen to the right (for Player 1), left (for Player 2), or middle ( Versus or Double Play).

    Full Version

    The following list show the available songs that have full version. These songs are differentiated by having pink color scheme on the Groove Radar and difficulty table (instead of blue) and the player would be asked to choose between full or short versions after choosing the song.

    • Sik Asik
    • One, Two, Three, Go!
    • Dum
    • Lovumba
    • Danza Kuduro
    • Los Malaventurados No Lloran
    • Rabiosa
    • Online
    • Sugar Eyes
    • Tribe Attacker
    • Virtual Emotion
    • Rippin' It Up
    • Re:Rave
    • Rainspark
    • Utopia
    • Be Alive
    • VVV
    • Star Command

    References

    External links


    Dance Dance Revolution
    Main arcade series
    Dance Dance Revolution Solo
    Japan & Asia
    North America
    Europe & Oceania
    Other games
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